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Dagg, M.J., J. Vidal, T.E. Whitledge, R.L. Iverson & J.J. Goering 1982 The feeding, respiration, and excretion of zooplankton in the Bering Sea during a spring bloom. Deep-Sea Research, Part A, Oceanographic Research Papers
Volume: 29(1):45-63, figs. 1-6, tabs. 1-5. (i-1982)
 
Karaytug, S. & G.A. Boxshall 1998 The female antennules of Paracyclops (Cyclopoida: Cyclopidae): their significance for systematics. In: Dahms, H.U., T. Glatzel, H.J. Hirche, S. Schiel & H.K. Schminke, (eds.). Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Copepoda, Journal of Marine Systems, Spec. Vol.
Volume: 15(1-4):397-400, fig.1.
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LeBrasseur, R.J. & O.D. Kennedy 1972 The fertilization of Great Central Lake 2. Zooplankton standing stock. Fishery Bulletin, United States National Marine Fisheries Service
Volume: 70(1):25-36, figs. 1-6, tabs. 1-6. (i-1972)
 
Barraclough, W.E. & D.G. Robinson 1972 The fertilization of Great Central Lake. III. Effect on juvenile sockeye salmon. Fishery Bulletin, United States National Marine Fisheries Service
Volume: 70:37-48.
 
Piasecki, W. 1994 The fifth International Copepodological Conference. Przeglad Zoologiczny, Wroclaw
Volume: 38:1-2.
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Masundire, H.M. 1992 The filling phase of Mazvikadei Reservoir, Zimbabwe. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
Volume: 232(1):11-17.
 
Lehman, J.T. 1976 The filter feeder as an optimal forager, and the predicted shapes of feeding curves. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 21:501-516.
 
Janicki, A.J., Jr. & J. DeCosta 1984 The filtering rates of four herbivorous crustaceans on nannoplankton and net plankton fractions in an acid lake in West Virginia. Internationale Revue der Gesamten Hydrobiologie
Volume: 69(5):643-652, tabs. 1-6.
 
Hanek, J. 1968 The finding of Neoergasilus japonicus (Harada, 1930) (Copepoda: Ergasilidae) in Europe. Folia Parasitologica
Volume: 15(3):277-278.
 
Hanek, G. 1967 The finding of Paraergasilus rylovi Markewitsch, 1937 (Copepoda: Ergasiliidae) on the territory of Czechoslovakia. Folia Parasitologica, Ceske Budejovice
Volume: 14:369-370.
 
Hanek, J. 1967 The finding of Parergasilus rylovi Markevitsch, 1937 (Copepoda, Ergasilidae) in the territory of Czechoslovakia. Folia Parasitologica, Ceske Budejovice
Volume: 14:369-370, fig. 1.
 
Nagasawa, K. 1984 The finding of Pennella sp. (Copepoda: Pennellidae) on the Saury, Cololabis saira, in the western and central North Pacific Ocean and the Okhotsk Sea. Fish Pathology (Gyobyu Kenkyu), University of Tokyo
Volume: 18(4):205-208.
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Moore, P.A., D.M. Fields & J. Yen 1994 The fine scale structure of chemical signals within the feeding current of a calanoid copepod. EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union
Volume: 75:163. [Abstract.]
 
Dudley, P.L. 1971 The fine structure and development of the nauplius eye of the copepod Doropygus seclusus Illg. Cellule
Volume: 68:5-42, figs. 1-3, pls. 1-10. (For 1969.)
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Gresty, K.A., G.A. Boxshall & K. Nagasawa 1993 The fine structure and function of the cephalic appendages of the branchiuran parasite, Argulus japonicus Thiele. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences
Volume: 339(1287):119-135.
 
Dudley, P.L. 1972 The fine structure of a cephalic sensory receptor in the copepod Doropygus seclusus Illg (Crustacea: Copepoda: Notodelphyidae). Journal of Morphology
Volume: 138(4):407-432, pls.1-7, figs.1-2. (xii-1972)
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Fahrenbach, W.H. 1964 The fine structure of a nauplius eye. Zeitschrift für Zellforschung und Mikroskopische Anatomie
Volume: 62:182-197, figs. 1-5. (5-iii-1964)
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Fahrenbach, W.H. 1967 The fine structure of fast and slow crustacean muscles. Journal of Cell Biology
Volume: 35(1):69-79, figs.1-7.
 
Druet, C. 2003 The fine structure of marine hydrophysical fields and its influence on the behaviour of plankton: an overview of some experimental and theoretical investigations. Oceanologia
Volume: 45(4):517-555.
 
Hallberg, E. 1980 The fine structure of the compound eye of Argulus foliaceus (Crustacea: Branchiura). Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 208(3-4):227-236.
 
Bresciani, J. 1986 The fine structure of the integument of free-living and parasitic copepods. A review. Acta Zoologica, Copenhagen
Volume: 67(3):125-145.
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Ong, J.E. 1969 The fine structure of the mandibular sensory receptors in the brackish water calanoid copepod Gladioferens pectinatus (Brady). Zeitschrift für Zellforschung und Mikroskopische Anatomie
Volume: 97:178-195, figs. 1-12.
 
Williams, E.H., Jr. & L. Bunkley-Williams 1986 The first association of Conchoderma virgatum (Spengler) (Cirripedia: Thoracica) with a euryphodid copepod in the mouth of a fish. Galaxea
Volume: 5(2):209-211.
 
Avdeev, G.V. 1975 The first case of discovery of Lichomolgidae member (Copepoda, Cyclopoida) on a vertebrate animal from the region of Shri Lanka. Pervyi sluchai nakhozhdeniya predstavitelya semeistva Lichomolgidae (Copepoda, Cyclopoida) na pozvonochnom zhivotnom v raione Shri-Lanka. Parazitologiya
Volume: 9(2):202-204, figs. 1-10. (6-ii-1975, Russian with English summary).
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Cakic, P., M. Lenhardt, J. Kolarevic, I. Nedeva, V. Radev, E. Karaivanova & G. Atanasov 2004 The first data on chub (Leuciscus cephalus L.) parasites in the Serbian part of Danube River. Proceedings of the 35th IAD (International Association for Danube Research) Conference, Novi Sad
Volume: 35:549-553.
 
Korenchenko, E.A. 1993 The first data on the biology of Philonema sibirica (Nematoda: Philometridae) - a parasite from body cavity of whitefishes. Parazitologiya, St. Petersburg
Volume: 27(5):385-390.
 
Stuge, T.S. 2008 The first data on zooplankton of Toguz water reservoir (Southern Kazakhstan region). Selevinia
Volume: 2007:179.(Russian)
 
Monchenko, V.I. 1986 The first endemic genus of Copepoda (Cyclopoida) in the Caspian Sea. Pervy endemichny rod veslonogikh rakoobraznykh (Copepoda, Cyclopoida) iz Kaspiskogo morya. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal
Volume: 65(3):333-340, figs. 1-3. (21.ii.1986, Russian with English summary).
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Monchenko, V.I. & T.I. Tavolzhanova 1976 The first finding and description of the males of Halicyclops validus Monchenko (Crustacea, Copepoda). Pervoe obnaruzhenie i opisanie samtsov Halicyclops validus Monchenko (Crustacea, Copepoda). Dopovidi Akademiyi Nauk Ukrayins'koiy RSR, Kiev
Volume: (B)1976(4):365-367, 382, figs. 1-6. (9-iv-1976, Ukrainian with Russian and English summaries).
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Forbes, S.A. 1883 The first food of the common white-fish (Coregonus clupeiformis, Mitch). Bulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History
Volume: 1(6):95-109.
 
Forbes, S.A. 1881 The first food of the common Whitefish. Report of the United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries, 1881
Volume: 1881:771-782.
 
Cooper, K.W. 1964 The first fossil tardigrade: Beorn leggi Cooper, from Cretaceous amber. Psyche
Volume: 71:41-48.
 
Danovaro, R., A. Dell'Anno, A. Pusceddu, C. Gambi, I. Heiner & R.M. Kristensen 2010 The first metazoa living in permanently anoxic conditions. BMC Biology
Volume: 8:30. http://www.biomedcentral.com/1741-7007/8/30
 
Arroyo, N.L., P. Abaunza & I. Preciado 2002 The first naupliar stage of Pennella balaenopterae Koren and Danielssen, 1877 (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida, Pennellidae). Sarsia
Volume: 87(5): 333-337
 
Dahms, H.U. 1990 The first nauplius and the copepodite stages of Thalestris longimana Claus, 1863 (Copepoda, Harpacticoida, Thalestridae) and their bearing on the reconstruction of phylogenetic relationships. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 202(1-2):22-60.
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Kornev, P.N. 2004 The first occurrence of the Tantulocarida for the White Sea. Invertebrate Zoology
Volume: 1(1):53-58.
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Ratajac, R., Z. Petrovic & P. Cakic 1997 The first record of Drepanidotaenia lanceolata (Bloch, 1782) larva in Arctodiaptomus spinosus (Daday, 1891) Diaptomidae in Yugoslavia. Helminthologia, Bratislava
Volume: 34(1):53-54.
 
Boxshall, G.A. & E.A. Platts 1978 The first record of the copepod Doridicola agilis Leydig on the nudibranch Aeolidiella sanguinea (Norman). Irish Naturalists' Journal
Volume: 19(7):252.
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Copley, L. & T.K. McCarthy 2001 The first record of the monogenean gill fluke Pseudodactylogyrus bini (Kikuchi 1929) in Ireland, with observations on other ectoparasites of River Erne eels. Irish Naturalists' Journal
Volume: 26(11): 405-413
 
Soh, H.Y., H.L. Suh, O.K. Yu & S. Ohtsuka 2001 The first record of two demersal calanoid copepods, Pseudodiaptomus poplesia and P. nihonkaiensis in Korea, with remarks on morphology of the genital area. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 448(1/3):203-215. (iii.2001)
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Yoshizawa, K. & S. Nogami 2008 The first report of phototaxis of fish ectoparasite, Argulus japonicus. Research in Veterinary Science
Volume: 85(1):128-130.
 
Leppäkoski, E. 2005 The first twenty years of invasion biology in the Baltic Sea area. Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies
Volume: 34(Suppl. 1):5-17.
 
Gusey, W.F. 1977 The fish and wildlife resources of the Georges Bank region. Environmental Affairs, Shell Oil Company, Houston, Texas
Volume: 553pp.
 
Bell, G.R. & L. Margolis 1976 The fish health program and the occurrence of fish diseases in the Pacific region of Canada. Fish Pathology (Gyobyu Kenkyu), University of Tokyo
Volume: 10(2):115-122, tab. 1.
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Greven, H. & M. Brenner 2009 The fish louse ‑ interesting, but harmful. Die Karpfenlaus ‑ interessant, aber leider schaedlich. Aquaristik Fachmagazin and Aquarium Heute
Volume: 41(5):50‑54 Nr 209. (German)
 
Bandilla, M. 2003 The fish louse Argulus coregoni (Crustacea: Branchiura): Interactions with its host and bacteria. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland.
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Hargis, W.J., Jr. 1958 The fish parasite Argulus laticauda as a fortuitous human epizoon. Journal of Parasitology
Volume: 44(1):45. (ii.1958)
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Wilson, C.B. 1905 The fish parasites of the genus Argulus found in the Woods Hole region. Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries for 1904
Volume: 24:115-131. (14.ii.1905)
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Koksvik, J. 2002 The fish populations in Lake Prestbuvatn and Lake Mjovatn, Meldal municipality. Vitenskapsmuseet Rapport, Zoologisk Serie, Trondheim
Volume: 1:1-34.
 
Latitha Devi, S. 1985 The fishery and biology of crabs of Kakinada region. Indian Journal of Fisheries
Volume: 32(1):18-32.
 
Steuer, A. 1935 The fishery grounds near Alexandria, 1. Preliminary report. Notes Mem. Fishery Res. Dir., Cairo
Volume: 8:1-18, figs. 1-4, charts 1-2.
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Paets, M.J. & J.S. Nelson 1970 The Fishes of Alberta. Government of Alberta
Volume: 282pp.
 
Oliveira Junior, E.S., C.M. de Menezes Butakka, C.J. da Silva & C.C. Muniz 2013 The flood pulse influence in ecolimnological pantanal lakes: a study to understand the biodiversity dynamics of aquatic invertebrates. A influencia do pulso de inundacao na ecolimnologia de baias pantaneiras: um estudo na dinamica de invertebrados aquaticos. Holos Environment
Volume: 13(2):188-199.
 
Jiang, H.S., T.R. Osborn & C. Meneveau 2002 The flow field around a freely swimming copepod in steady motion. Part I: Theoretical analysis. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 24(3): 167-189.
 
Jiang, H.S., C. Meneveau & T.R. Osborn 2002 The flow field around a freely swimming copepod in steady motion. Part II: Numerical simulation. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 24(3): 191-213.
 
Weissburg, M.J. 2000 The fluid dynamical context of chemosensory behavior. Biological Bulletin
Volume: 198(2):188-202.
 
Granata, T.C. & T.D. Dickey 1991 The fluid mechanics of copepod feeding in a turbulent flow: a theoretical approach. Progress in Oceanography
Volume: 26(3):243-261.
 
Yen, J., M.J. Weissburg & M.H. Doall 1998 The fluid physics of signal perception by mate-tracking copepods. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B, Biological Sciences
Volume: 353(1369):787-804. (29.v.1998)
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Treasurer, J.W. 1990 The food and daily food consumption of lacustrine 0+ perch, Perca fluviatilis L. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 24:361-374.
 
Mandima, J.J. 1999 The food and feeding behaviour of Limnothrissa miodon (Boulenger, 1906) in Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
Volume: 407:175-182.
 
Bhuiyan, A.S., Q. Nessa & M.D. Hossain 1999 The food and feeding habit of Mugil cephalus (L.) (Mugiliformes: Mugilidae). Bangladesh Journal of Zoology
Volume: 27 (1): 111-115.
 
Zismann, L., V. Berdugo & B. Kimor 1975 The food and feeding habits of early stages of grey mullets in the Haifa Bay region. Aquaculture
Volume: 6(1):59-75, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-7. (vii-1975)
 
Ajah, P.O., M.N. Georgewill & M.N. Ajah 2006 The food and feeding habits of five freshwater and brackish-water fish species in Nigeria. African Journal of Aquatic Science
Volume: 31(2):313-318.
 
Imevbore, A.M.A. & O. Bakare 1970 The food and feeding habits of non-cichlid fishes of the River Niger in the Kainji Reservoir area. In: Visser, S.A. (ed.). Kainji. A Nigerian man-made Lake. Kainji Lake Studies, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic research, 126pp.
Volume: 1 - Ecology: 49-64, tab. 1.
 
Khan, R.A. 1984 The food and feeding habits of some freshwater crustacean zooplankton. Bulletin of the Zoological Survey of India
Volume: 5(2-3):165-173, figs. 1-3. (vii-1984)
 
Dadzie, S., F. Abou-Seedo & E. Al-Quattan 2000 The food and feeding habits of the silver pomfret, Pampus argenteus (Euphrasen), in Kuwait waters. Journal of Applied Ichthyology
Volume: 16(2):61-67.
 
Guma'a, S.A. 1978 The food and feeding habits of young perch, Perca fluviatilis, in Windermere. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 8(2):177-187, figs. 1-9. (iv-1978).
 
Raitt, D.F.S. & J.A. Adams 1965 The food and feeding of Trisopterus esmarkii (Nilsson) in the northern North Sea. Marine Research
Volume: 1965(3):1-28, figs. 1-14, tabs. 1-11.
 
Arashkevich, E.G. 1969 The food and feeding of copepods in the northwestern Pacific. (Translation of 1969 Okeanologiya article.) Oceanology
Volume: 9:695-709, text-figs.1-13.
 
Mauchline, J. & J.D.M. Gordon 1980 The food and feeding of the deep-sea morid fish Lepidion eques (Gunther, 1887) in the Rockall Trough. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Volume: 60(4):1053-1059, fig. 1, tabs. 1-3. (19-xii-1980)
 
Johnson, W.H. 1935 The food and feeding of the herring (Clupea harengus L.). Manuscript Reports of the Biological Research Board of Canada
Volume: 195:1-60.
 
Clark, M.R., K.J. King & P.J. McMillan 1989 The food and feeding relationships of black oreo, Allocyttus niger, smooth oreo, Pseudocyttus maculatus, and eight other fish species from continental slope of the south-west Chatham Riise , New Zealand. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 35(4):465-484.
 
Nunn, A.D., J.P. Harvey & I.G. Cowx 2007 The food and feeding relationships of larval and 0+ year juvenile fishes in lowland rivers and connected waterbodies. I. Ontogenetic shifts and interspecific diet similarity. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 70(3):726-742.
 
Nunn, A.D., J.P. Harvey & I.G. Cowx 2007 The food and feeding relationships of larval and 0+ year juvenile fishes in lowland rivers and connected waterbodies. II. Prey selection and the influence of gape. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 70(3):743-757.
 
Kow, T.A. 1950 The food and feeding relationships of the fishes of Singapore Straits. Fishery Publications Colonial Office
Volume: 1(1):1-35, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-29.
 
Daiber Franklin, C. 1952 The food and feeding relationships of the freshwater drum, Aplodinotus grunniens Rafinesque in western Lake Erie. Ohio Journal of Science
Volume: 52(1):35-46, fig. 1, tabs. 1-4. (i-1952)
 
Bagge, P. & L. Hakkari 1982 The food and parasites of fish in some deep basins of northern L. Päijänne. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
Volume: 86(1-2):61-65, fig. 1, tabs. 1-3. (16-i-1982)
 
Wong, C.K. 1984 The food and swimming behaviour of three species of freshwater calanoid copepods. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Fourth International Conference on Copepoda, Karuizawa, Japan, 16-20 September 1990. Program and Abstracts:
Volume: :75. (Abstract.)
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Wong, C.K. 1986 The food and swimming behaviour of three species of freshwater calanoid copepods. In: Schriever, G., H.K. Schminke & C.-t. Shih (eds.). Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Copepoda, Ottawa, Canada, 13-17 August, 1984. Syllogeus
Volume: 58:638. (Abstract).
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Ricker, W.E. 1937 The food and the food supply of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka Walbaum) in Cultus Lake, British Columbia. Journal of the Biological Board of Canada
Volume: 3(5):450-468.
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Perueva, E.G. 1991 The food interaction of two mass copepods of the White Sea: Calanus glacialis and Pseudocalanus elongatus. Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly Biologicheskie Nauki
Volume: 11:60-67.
 
Kokes, J. & J. Gajdusek 1978 The food of Abramis brama in the water reservoir Mostiste. Folia Zoologica
Volume: 27(4):371-380.
 
Wierzbicka, J. & P. Smietana 1999 The food of Branchiobdella Odier, 1823 (Annelida) dwelling on crayfish and the occurence of the fish parasite Argulus Muller, 1785 (Crustacea) on the carapace of Pontastacus leptodactytlus (Esch.). Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria, Szczecin
Volume: 29(1):93-99.
 
Marshall, S.M. 1924 The food of Calanus finmarchicus during 1923. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, New Series
Volume: 13:473-479. (xi-1924)
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Wailes, G.H. 1936 The food of Clupea pallasii in southern British Columbian waters. Journal of the Biological Board of Canada
Volume: 1(6):477-486, fig. 1. (ix/xii-1936)
 
Bieri, R. 1970 The food of Porpita and niche separation in three neuston coelenterates. Publs Seto mar. biol. Lab.
Volume: 17(5): 305-307, tab. 1
 
Lebour, M.V. 1927 The food of Sardina pilchardus (Walbaum). Bulletin de la Société des Sciences Naturelles du Maroc
Volume: 7(7-8):220-223. (31-xii-1927)
 
Clarke, N.V. 1978 The food of adult copepods from Lake Kainji, Nigeria. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 8(4):321-326. (viii-1978)
 
Jacobsen, J.A. & L.P. Hansen 1996 The food of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., north of the Faroe Islands. ICES (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea) Council Meeting
Volume: 1996/M:10, 21 pp.
 
Clemens, W.A. & N.K. Bigelow 1922 The food of ciscoes (Leucichthys) in Lake Erie. University of Toronto Studies, Biological Series
Volume: 20:41-53.
 
Wiborg, K.F. 1949 The food of cod (Gadus callarias L.) of the O-II group from deep water in some fjords of northern Norway. With Appendix. Oothrix borealis n.sp., a bottom-dwelling copepod from northern Norway. Fiskeridirektoratets Skrifter, Serie Havundersokelser, Bergen
Volume: 9(8): 1-27, pls. 1-3. (copepod:26-27).
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Harding, G.C. 1974 The food of deep-sea copepods. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Volume: 54(1):141-156, fig. 1, pls. 1-4, tabs. 1-3. (ii-1974)
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Barker Jorgensen, C. 1962 The food of filter feeding organisms. Rapports et Procès-Verbaux des Réunions de la Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranée, Monaco
Volume: 153:99-107, tabs. l-2. (ix-1962).
 
Forbes, S.A. 1880 The food of fishes. Bulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History
Volume: 1(3):18-65, tabs. (xi-1880)
 
Last, J.M. 1978 The food of four species of pleuronectiform larvae in the eastern English Channel and southern North Sea. Marine Biology
Volume: 45:359-368.
 
Hansen, K.V. 1955 The food of herring on the Bloden Ground (North Sea) in 1953. Journal du Conseil International pour l'Exploration de la Mer
Volume: 21(1):61-64, fig. 1.
 
Forbes, S.A. 1878 The food of Illinois fishes. Bulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History
Volume: 1(2):71-89, tabs. (vi-1878)
 
Clemens, W.A., J.R. Dymond, N.K. Bigelow, F.B. Adamstone & W.J.K. Harkness 1923 The food of Lake Nipigon fishes. University of Toronto Studies, Biological Series
Volume: 22:171-188.
 
Podbolotova, T.I. & O.I. Potapova 1972 The food of large-sized vendace (Coregonus albula L.) in the south-Karelian lakes. In: Potapova, O.I. & Y.A. Smirnov (eds.). Salmonidae of Karelia, Issue 1, Ecology, Parasites, Biochemistry. Karelian Branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Institute of Biology, Petrozavodsk
Volume: :110-121. (Russian)
 
Gislason, A. & O.S. Astthorsson 2002 The food of Norwegian spring-spawning herring in the western Norwegian Sea in relation to the annual cycle of zooplankton. Sarsia
Volume: 87(3): 236-247.
 
Hart, J.L. & G.H. Wailes 1931 The food of pilchards. Progress Reports of the Pacific Biological Station, Nanaimo
Volume: 11:24-28. (xii-1931)
 
Lebour, M.V. 1922 The food of plankton organisms. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Volume: n. ser. 12(4): 644-677, figs. 1-3. (x-1922).
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Lebour, M.V. 1918 The food of post-larval fish. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Volume: n. ser. 11(4): 433-469, figs. 1-7. (v-1918).
 
Lebour, M.V. 1919 The food of postlarval fish. No. II (1918). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Volume: n. ser. 12(1): 22-47. (vii-1919).
 
Borneman, E. 2002 The food of reefs, part 4: zooplankton. Reefkeeping 2002(12).
Volume: http://www.reefkeeping.com/issues/2002-12/eb/index.php
 
Fryer, G. 1957 The food of some freshwater cyclopoid copepods and its ecological significance. Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume: 26:263-286. (xi-1957)
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Beklemishev, K.V. 1954 The food of some mass occurring planktonic copepods in the Far Eastern Seas. Pitanie nekotorykh massovykh planktonnykh kopopod v dal'nevostochnykh moryakh. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal
Volume: 33(6):1210-1230, figs. 1-6. (Russian)
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Zaika, V.E. & N.K. Revkov 1998 The food of the Black Sea Mnemiopsis in dependence of zooplankton structure. Gidrobiologicheskii Zhurnal, Saratov
Volume: 34(3):29-36.
 
Norton, E.M. 1942 The food of the crayfish at Reelfoot Lake. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science
Volume: 17:51-54.
 
Zenkevich, V.A. 1937 The food of the far-eastern whales. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR
Volume: 16(4): 231-234, tabs. 1-2.
 
Kokeš, J. & I. Sukop 1984 The food of the fry of perch (Perca fluviatilis) in the Mušov reservoirs. Folia Zoologica
Volume: 33:349-362.
 
Langford, R.R. 1938 The food of the Lake Nipissing cisco, Leucichthys artedi (Le Sueur), with special reference to the utilization of the limnetic Crustacea. University of Toronto Studies, Biological Series
Volume: 45 (= Publn Ontario Fish. Res. Lab., 57): 143-190, tabs. 1-6, figs. 1-8.
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Savage, R.E. 1937 The food of the North Sea herring 1930-1934. Fishery Investigations, London
Volume: (2)15(5):1-60, figs. 1-16, tabs. 1-29.
 
Lawler, G.H. 1965 The food of the pike, Esox lucius, in Heming Lake, Manitoba. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
Volume: 22(6):1357-1377.
 
Hart, J.L. & G.H. Wailes 1932 The food of the pilchard, Sardinops caerulea (Girard), off the coast of British Columbia. Contributions to Canadian Biology and Fisheries
Volume: 7(1():247-254.
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Lambert, D.G. 1960 The food of the redfish, Sebastes marinus (L.) in the Newfoundland area. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
Volume: 17(2):235-243, tabs. 1-4.
 
Pearse, A.S. 1918 The food of the shore fishes of certain Wisconsin lakes. Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Fisheries, 1915-6
Volume: 35:245-292.
 
Weber, F.C. & J.B. Wilson 1920 The food of the small sea herring and ammonia and amines as end products of its decomposition. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Volume: 42:
 
Forbes, S.A. 1883 The food of the smaller fresh water fishes. Bulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History
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